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Monday, July 31, 2006

Evening News Online

Monday: No Mideast peace deal in sight, Americans spending more and living in the virtual world.

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Iraq Looms Large In Conn. Vote

Only On The Web: Gloria Borger reports on the Democratic senatorial primary race in Connecticut, where Ned Lamont, a virtual unknown, is challenging three-term Sen. Joe Lieberman.

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Iraq Keys Primary Fight

Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman is in danger of losing a Democratic primary to political unknown Ned Lamont. Gloria Borger reports there is really only one reason: the war in Iraq.

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No Mideast Peace Deal In Sight

The international community continues to call for a cease-fire in the Middle East, but Israel's prime minister said that won't happen until the job is finished. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

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Bush Praises Iran Resolution

CBS News RAW: While visiting the Coast Guard in Miami, President Bush praised the U.N. resolution against Iran, which says the nation must suspend uranium enrichment by the end of August.

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Mideast Cease-Fire On Hold

The fighting continues in the Mideast, despite an agreement by Israel to stop air strikes for two days. Charlie D'Agata reports on what is being done to broker a cease-fire.

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Bush Remarks On Mideast Crisis

CBS News RAW: Following an Israeli air strike that killed at least 56 people in the Lebanese village of Qana, President Bush said that he hoped for a peaceful end to the Mideast crisis.

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Impact Of A NE Hurricane

Experts believe that if a hurricane ever hit the Northeast region, especially New York City, the impact of such a storm could have a devastating impact on the U.S. economy. Michelle Miller reports.

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Qana Air Strike Aftermath

UN Secretary General Kofi Annan called for an emergency session of the Security Council after an Israeli airstrike in the village of Qana, Lebanon, killed 56, half of them children. Lee Cowan reports.

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